Oakland Raiders: What Goes In, Comes Out On The Playing Field

August 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Iron sharpens iron
There is a saying: Iron sharpens iron. It means so much to me because the environments from which I draw inspiration include people, places, books, videos, and more.
The Oakland Raiders can only be as great as they have the potential of being if they do as Al Davis and others have done. Study the opponents. Study themselves and the play book.
Eyes, Ears, and more
There are several ways to absorb information. The eyes and ears are what most people use. Others, like a man named Earl who was blinded by a shotgun wound in a small Southeast town, lost his vision during his adult years. He would enter the college classroom with his beautiful dog named Niko, and he would ask about other students. He listened and learned from the echo in the room, and from the scents he could discern.
The broad application of the ways of knowing is what is needed on the playing field. A keen sense of interpretation of the ...

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